November 30, 2011 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

COLOGNE, [GE]—David Duke, the former Louisiana lawmaker, white supremacist and Ku Klux Klan leader, has been arrested in Cologne, Germany. Duke confirmed his arrest on his own website, but he wouldn't elaborate on the circumstances surrounding the arrest. Duke was reportedly scheduled to speak to a right-wing nationalist group, before German authorities arrested him. Duke was subsequently released from jail.  Duke, who has lived in Mandeville, said he cannot return to Louisiana until he is vindicated of the charges. He is asking for money from supporters to fight those charges. View More>>  

November 29, 2011 Posted by Daryl Johnson Sovereign Citizen Movement

SPANAWAY, [WA]—A Spanaway man purportedly connected to a Washington anti-government group is now accused of filing bogus liens against judges and federal agents involved in the prosecution of "sovereign citizens." Arrested last week, Kenneth W. Leaming is accused of retaliating against law officers by way of frivolous, multibillion-dollar liens meant to intimidate public officials who've prosecuted or jailed members of the so-called sovereign citizen movement. Leaning was involved in the "County Rangers", an armed group of self-appointed police acting in conjunction with a sovereign citizen organization. View More>>  

November 29, 2011 Posted by Daryl Johnson Animal Rights Extremism

DALLAS, [TX]—It's already hard enough to get a handle on the goals of the Occupy Now protestors, but is it possible the movement also had a hand in an animal rights protest in Dallas on Black Friday? Authorities said Friday's demonstration at the Neiman Marcus flagship store involved throwing paper cups of fake blood at window displays, and ended with two people in jail. A Neiman Marcus spokesperson said the store has fur protesters every year on Black Friday. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is usually behind the protest, but this year a group calling itself Occupy Now was claiming to have organized it. Members say they staged the protest with a group calling itself Animal Con  

November 29, 2011 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

YUBA CITY, [CA]—A Yuba City man will spend the rest of his life in prison for killing his sister's ex-boyfriend with a screwdriver last year. David Frank Sears, 35, was sentenced to 61 years to life in prison for the death of Stephen Christopher Lambert, 43, of Olivehurst. Sears has ties to white supremacist gangs and has three prior convictions for stabbing men dating back at least 15 years. View More>>  

November 29, 2011 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

MIDLAND, [TX]—Steven Cantrell, who faces a maximum sentence of life in federal prison, is scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday morning in Midland Federal Court. On September 2, 2011, Cantrell pleaded guilty in federal court in Midland. Cantrell pleaded guilty to 4 federal felonies that could potentially put Cantrell in jail for no less than 35 years in federal prison. By pleading guilty, he admitted that to gain favor with the Aryan Brotherhood he intentionally set fire to the Faith in Christ Church, a predominately African-American church, in Crane, Texas, on December 28, 2010. View More>>  

November 28, 2011 Posted by Daryl Johnson Anarchist Movement

PORTLAND, [OR]—Police have raided several Northeast Portland homes taken over by anarchists who claimed they were part of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Responding officers found that squatters had changed the locks on the homes. Inside they found anarchist literature, drugs and weapons, including machetes. Authorities also found body-armor-type stuff and a bucket of projectiles - broken up concrete and rocks. Police detained one man found inside a home. He said he had been living there for a week. He was given a warning for trespassing. View More>>  

November 28, 2011 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

CHARLESTON, [SC]—Authorities in South Carolina are looking for the source behind some unwanted mail. Homeowners in one neighborhood found flyers for the KKK on their property Sunday. At least six families in a small neighborhood off Interstate 26 in Ladson were startled. Many found Ku Klux Klan pamphlets at the end of their driveways. A neighbor across the street says he saw an SUV driving slowly up and down the street at one in the morning, but he didn't get a good look at who was driving. View More>>  

November 27, 2011 Posted by Daryl Johnson Suspicious Activity

SHEBOYGAN FALLS, [WI]—The Milwaukee County Bomb Squad dismantled an explosive device Sunday that was found outside a Sheboygan Falls gas station early in the morning. The Sheboygan Falls Police Department said the device had been placed near the front entrance to the Q-Mart at 300 Fond du Lac Avenue. Officers evacuated the mini-mart and residents from nearby homes. Officials from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) were also called to aid in the investigation, which is ongoing. View More>>  

November 27, 2011 Posted by Daryl Johnson Anarchist Movement

TAMPA, [FL]—Up to 15,000 protesters are expected to descend on Tampa next summer for the Republican National Convention (RNC). Many will wave signs and march peacefully. Then there are the anarchists. Authorities are preparing for hundreds of well-organized lawbreakers whose sole intent will be to shut down the convention. If it's anything like the last Republican convention in St. Paul, Minnesota, they'll come with gas masks, slingshots and bolt cutters. They'll throw rocks, block intersections and break windows. They'll use water guns to spray urine at police. Discard the stereotypes of disorganized punks running amok. In St. Paul, authorities found an anarchist command center downtown   

November 27, 2011 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

HATTIESBURG, [MS]—Mississippi Bureau of Investigation agents have arrested a 31-year-old Petal man on a murder charge. However, they still are searching for the body of the alleged victim. Eric Glenn Parker is being held at the Forrest County Jail on a $250,000 bond. He was arrested November 19. Investigators believe the slaying happened during December 2010 in the Hattiesburg and Petal area. The agency did not release the name of the alleged victim. Parker has ties to the Aryan Brotherhood, but authorities said the slaying may not necessarily be gang-related. View More>>